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>> from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is "the daily show" with jon stewart. ["daily show" theme song playing] [cheers and applause] >> jon: hey, welcome to "the daily show." [cheers and applause] my name is jon stewart. an excellent one tonight. our guest tonight mr. tom brokaw. jennifer lawrence is scheduled. she'll be on tomorrow night. tonight is tom brokaw. both talking about the assassination of john f. kennedy. too snoon. [laughter] a little while back on the program i personally don't watch it, i think it's crash. [ laughter ] i may have mentioned something about chicago-style pizza and how it tended to be less pizza-ish than pizza. i was guest tick laying quite a bit during that clip. in articulating that sentiment, i may have implied that deep dish pizza tastes like a string cheese that had been baked for two hours inside of mike ditka's ass. [ laughter ] so i said that on a -- my program and apparently chicago has television. [laughter] >> things things are taking offo the "the daily show" host's jon stewart rant against our deep dish pizza
. >> stewart fired off a tirade, it continued like that for a while in the cheesesy new york accent. >> jon: cheesy new york accent who the (bleep) do you think you are talking about a cheesy new york accent you son -- you forget -- wait a minute, you know? i hear it now. you are right. it is somewhat pronounced. if i was ranting -- well, i don't know what to say it was nothing compared to what people on twitter were ranting back. like (bleep) you isn't l- jon stewart for saying deep dish pizza isn't pizza, die. [ laughter ] that particularly twitter user did not special phi the method by which i should die but i only assume it would be poisoning by deep dish pizza. [ laughter ] whenever there's a spirited back and forth you know chicago mayor ram emmanuel is getting involved. this is the gift that rahm emmanuel -- emanuel sent to jon stewart on "the daily show". >> showing even a dog rejecting a deep dish pizza from the mayor. >> jon: that's one of "the daily show" dog qaly. he didn't want the pizza but i have seen that dog eat not only garbage but happily spend his entire day with his nos
, and underpaid. how could they fight for a living wage? after publishing over a century, the prestigious new york herald tribune closed during a strike. did the union kill the herald tribune? for 40 years, united auto worker presidents walter reuther, leonard woodcock, and douglas fraser won higher pay for their members. why in 1979 would fraser agree to take less? employers and labor unions, like buyers and sellers, try to make the best deal for themselves. labor and management: how do they come to terms? with economic analyst richard gill, we'll examine that question on this edition of economics usa. i'm david schoumacher. fewer than 1/3 of american workers are covered by union contract. but organized labor's strength at the economy's pressure points-- the big smokestack industries, the arteries of transportation and communication-- make them a force to be reckoned with. for more than 75 years, labor unions have been a fact of american economic le. how d they get power? we are childn of immignts. the largest number came here around the turn of the century. millions, most of them jewish or itali
the radio in new york, you are the host of brian lehrer show near at wnyc here in new york. i think the finest local news in new york. >> (cheers and applause) >> because i generally don't do local news. >> no competition, that's good. >> stephen: all right. now brian, we have a new mayor in new york city. (cheers and applause) bill de blasio. and as a wealthy new yorker, i am terrified this guy ran on tax geigs like me. do you think that's going to happen? >> well, if you make more than $500,000-- . >> stephen: oh, yeah, yeah, oh yeah! >> which you don't have to disclose your entire 1040. >> stephen: oh i won't. >> he wants less than 1% more than you pay in taxes right now so that-- . >> stephen: what? >> every four-year-old can go to prek in new york city. >> stephen: why should i give my-- (applause) >> stephen: why should i be giving up 1% of my income so some stupid kid can go to prek. they can't even read yet, why are they going to school. >> you have a point about the failed toddler problem. we should give up o on more four-year-olds. >> stephen: at a certain point, you have
i'm richelle carey in new york. "techknow" is up next. >> undercover and now she's taking us to new york city where some of the toughest put it to the test. >> the engineer who designed the bionic eye. he takes us to colorado to meet the man who created the 3d bionic hand. i've seen a lot of amazing things in the field, but this is really cool. that's our team, now let's do some science. [♪ music ] >> hi, guys, we are back here at "techknow" for another week of amazing stories and screen and innovation. we'll get started with this "heart in a box." check it out, this is an actual beating heart outside of the body. this is seriously the most amazing thing i've ever seen and touched. let's check out the story. >> when it comes to heart transplants, it's always a race against time. we've all seen it on tv. when a donor heart becomes available, medical teams must move quickly. the organ is removed and preserved by placing it in ice. the heart must arrive at the recipient's hospital within six hours that's because the ice damages the heart making it unfit for transplant. in this will k
comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the daily show with jon stewart. (cheers and applause) >> jon: welcome to the daily show, my name is jon stewart. thank you for joining us. our guests tonight shall we're excited about this from the hill aruous television program key and peele, we have keele and pee on the show tonight. chors plaus. >> jon: lucky was farsd, man, those dudes are funny. if you are anything like me, you can't digest milkment but also-- (laughter) you watch a lot of television news. and if you do you might have noticed the question that is increasingly on the med why's mind. >> was this racist? an alabama sorority accused of rejecting a candidate because she's black. >> to smear an entire segment of the population, are they racist? >> race, is race an issue here? >> was race a factor? >> are you racist? >> am i a racist? (laughter) >> jon: never ask a question you don't know the answer to. (laughter) the media they are just askinging they don't know. everything is happening, they are just passengers on this crazy bus called news. (laughter) >> f
repress a gag reflex when considering the mayor elect of new york, a white man married to a black woman and with two biracial children. >> jon: yes. >> that guy is straight up racist. >> he's a volcano of hate. >> against white people. >> jon: wait, what? >> he's giving quite people no credit. basically he's saying hey, you got to cut the tea party some slack because they can't think straight because they are trying too hard not to vomit when they see a black guy with a white girl, right? or maybe two white girls. >> yeah, three. (laughter) >> or like you know three white girls and an asian. >> oh yeah, what is he doingment he's just chillin it, at first. >> jon: guys, listen, panel. why is the guy chillin at first. why is the asian guy, he's just checking the scene out. i understand-- he is plotting what he is going to do. >> what is he going to hit first. >> jon: that came very naturally to you guy, fant see, very nice. all right, let's move on to our final example. sarah palin. >> racist. >> racist. >> racist. >> jon: hold on! hold on! just hold on a second! (cheers and applause) >>
:00 eastern. >> this week on "q&a," author and new york university professor robin nagle. her new book entitled "picking up: on the streets with the sanitation workers of new york city." >> robin nagle, why did you want to drive a garbage truck? >> i was curious about sanitation in new york. also around the world, but i was here. after some time hanging out with sanitation workers, getting interviews, classic anthropological interviews, i realized i could not understand to be depths i wanted unless i was qualified to do the job. i was hired. the first time i drove the truck by myself, i have to say, it was terrifying and exhilarating. i was one of the most powerful vehicles on the road. not the biggest truck. but i was the one no one wanted to be stuck behind or next to. >> where did this interest come from? >> i was 11 or 10 as my dad took me camping in the adirondack mountains. this is when the questions of environmental awareness and integrity were really part of the national conversation for the first time. so, dad took me into the forest. we were hiking for a long time in the pris
and political dimension of art. the abstract expressionists, centered in new york, escaped to an interior world, where the subject of landscape and the struggle with brushwork and pigment became the goal of painting. for the first time, europe looked to new york. abstract expressionism-- abstract art-- is part of western tradition. it evolves out of it. it's part of it. it remains part of it. it's not oriental. it's not a new tradition. clement greenberg, critic and promoter of the new york school, became their spokesman and a friend of the leading abstract expressionist, jackson pollock. i first met jackson pollock in 1942. came down the sidewalk, and there was lee krasner, whom i'd known of old, and she was with a very respectable-looking gentleman. and, uh...i saw this rather nice-looking guy, and lee said to me, "this fellow's going to be a great painter." i went, "well, ok." what finally hit me in pollock's art was the portable mural he did for the apartment house in which peggy guggenheim lived. that hit me. it was the first time i saw him go all over, repeat this way. i thought that was
at auction. it was purchased at christies in new york last night for $142,405,000. that's crazy. that's crazy. >> oh, my gosh. >> look at that. >> any way. >> the masterpiece snatched up by an unidentified buyer after six-minute bidding war. why cldn't i have found that in my basement? that would have been great. >> i feel so ignorant when it comes to things like that. i never heard or seen it before. >> you hear about monets but francis bacon, i'm not familiar with it, too. >> is the guy on a swing, or was what makes it a masterpiece, besides it is francis bacon. >> that's what makes it a masterpiece. >> that's all it is. i need to start painting. i'm in the wrong profession. >>> rob ford faces his critics in the first city council meeting since he admitted he smoked crack. >> that did not stop ford from participating in a scene where he spent five hours at city hall autographing the bobblehead dolls made in his likeness. the proceeds will go to charity. they are going to united way. the toronto city council could call for legislation to remove ford from office if he doesn't voluntarily take
-is the sector. bottom line, new york stock exchange has to please members, shareholders and investors. they have to go out and do a fantastic job. this obama care exchange, it was driven by two things. ideology and ego. i want it on october 1. well, we haven't vetted it. put it out on october 1. that's what it boils down to, this president is not accountable. no one who works for him is not accountable, not just on this, but a slew of events. >> practice makes perfect, or at least not awful. they went through it on the new york stock exchange again and again and again to make sure it went off without a hitch. clearly, they wanted to make sure the launch went smoothly, and it did. lessons for the white house? >> well, they should have known better. they should have tested the health care exchange website. >> well, they didn't. we're past that. >> and they had warnings in approximately saying there's a train wreck coming down the road. watch out. they didn't do anything. >> but he says he said that. you know, it's like these people, i warned them. >> he did say it. >> ok, fine. >> he said it in fr
to "new york times the cia pays at&t more than $10 million a year to mine its phone records database, which includes international calls involving americans. the company cooperates voluntarily with the cia, turning over records from a vast collection that extends beyond its customers to include calls handled by its equipment. new details have emerged on the fbi's surveillance of antiwar.com. documents received under a records request by the aclu of northern california show the fbi monitor the site for at least six years, in part because it mistakenly believed a founding editor had threatened to hack the fbi's website. in aclu attorney says the surveillance violated federal law. the federal aviation administration has released an initial plan for drones to be used in u.s. skies more widely by 2015. the rules require agencies that will oversee domestic drone testing to release plans for privacy, but it does not lay out what the practices should be. in a statement, an aclu legislative counsel called for concrete restrictions on how data from drones can be used and how long it can be sto
dogs are much nicer. >> up next, "the new york times" says president obama simply misspoke on obama care. greg will get "the new york times" straight on that later. tomorrow is election day. it's monday. i've got a case of the mondays. we'll look at key races including new jersey where chris christie is expected to win big. can republicans learn something from the governor's campaign? we'll debate it. so if you have a flat tire, dead battery, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> so, in the suckup olympics, "the new york times" gets the gold for redefining lying as mystiquing. dismissing president obama's dishonesty as no big deal. he misspoke. try to use that in a marriage. when i said i wouldn't cheat, i was
in the mayoral race to replace michael bloomberg. he is set to become the first democrat to beat new york in two decades. he had his victory party in brooklyn, last night. >> i have spoken throughout this campaign about a tale of two cities. that inequality, that feeling of a few doing very well while so many fall further behind? that is the defining challenge of our times. york is notn new something that only threatens those who are struggling. the stakes are so high for every new yorker. making sure no son or daughter of new york falls behind defines the very promise of our city. >> bill de blasio, new york city mayor elect. union backed martin walsh has been elected the mayor of boston. there were several ballot initiatives from across the country -- in washington state they rejected an initiative requiring genetically engineered foods to be labeled. opponents spent $20 million to defeat the measure. to talk more about the results we are joined by john nichols, political writer for "the nation. his latest article is about gop extremism. and how the money and media election complex is destroyi
. and of course, arthur sulzberger , jr., publisher of "the new york times." i want to start with a question about the state of journalism. if you are a doctor and the state of american journalism was her patient, how would you assess the diagnosis? >> if you look at the data, you would be concerned. the number of journalists has gone down by about 30% in the last seven or eight years. newspaper resonant -- newspaper down by about 55%. you see a distance between the agile landscape. if you froze things right now, you would say, the patient needs a lot of work and there is a continued progress on that work. if you look forward there are some very exciting things on the horizon. one of the things i am most excited about journalism is that your lists are essentially networks on their own. if you see some of the work that "the new york times" has done from a digital standpoint, you see what can be done. consumers want high-quality content and i think there is a big role for journalism in the future. if you froze a right now, that i would think you would have to say there has been a rough. of time and
as supporters of ousted president mohammed morsi call for mass protests on the eve of his trial. the new york city marathon cancelled last year is run under heavy security this year. done dahler has a recap. and jason of cbs sports on the unusual case of a nfl player who says he left his team because he feared for his safety. >> this is th captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> jeff: good evening, everyone. i'm jeff glor with a western edition of the broadcast. the los angeles international airport has spent 1.6 billion dollars on security since 9/11. but friday still happened. a gunman shot his way through a security check point and made his way deep inside the second biggest airport in america. we have reports tonight both on what's happening there now and over the new calls to change the way tsa officers are protected. we begin with carter evans. >> reporter: terminal 3 once again reopened to passengers two days after a gunman shot his way through the security check point and continued firing through the gate area. a first look inside the concourse shows the bloodst
in the air, thanksgiving parade officials in new york city hope the wind will die down and allow the balloons to fly. >>> and another delay for the affordable care act, this time captioning funded >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, november 28th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, a hostage standoff in the los angeles area is over this morning after the gunman surrendered. the hostages, the suspect's girlfriend and her 14-year-old daughter, are safe. the standoff began nine hours earlier with a wild exchange of gunfire. police had gone to the home on wednesday to respond to a domestic disturbance. they say the man began firing before officers got to the front door. >> obviously they walked into a situation that they couldn't have predicted as we do in this business, and fortunately for all involved, they came out of it relatively okay. >> one officer was shot, but his bulletproof vest stopped the bullet. he's in stable condition. another officer was treated for minor injuries and released. >>> and the busiest travel day of the holiday weekend wa
: and, speaking of good sports, earlier today the new york yankees released this congratulatory message for the red sox. take a look at this. >> the new york yankees would like to extend heart felt congratulations to their arch rivals, the boston red sox, on their eighth championship? 109 years. we'll match our 27 championships in the year 2271. good luck, fellas. see you at the ballpark. (applause) i thought that was very nice. i don't know. i guess i'm alone in this but it's halloween and i don't care anymore about halloween. (laughter) i mean, i go through the motions like most things in my life but i just don't care. earlier tonight the little kiddies came around and i -- you know, i gave it frozen turkeys.r i don't even know what i was giving out. by the way, let's turn on the camera at my house and see if the trick-or-treaters are out in the neighborhood tonight. can you turn on the -- there are the kids right there. >> paul: oh, they are -- >> dave: hey, wait a minute. hey, that's my car! look at that! oh, those kids. (applause) you know -- you know who's a genius when it comes t
along the east coast. hubs in philadelphia and new york reporting slow downs but most people made it tho their destinations with little or most half. >> the final remnant of the weather system moving over the atlantic today. some spots did get rough weather including parts of michigan. cold air produced snow around the great lakes. tough driving conditions up there. >> a foot of snow in pennsylvania. crews were keeping busy with snow plows and salt spreaders and forecasters worry with the snow and rain almost gone, the cold temperatures could keep roads very icy the next few days. >> western new york also hit with lots of snow. buffalo and rochester slick conditions for a tough drive and power outages adding to the chaos there. people in the area say no big deal, they are used to this thing and they have to take it slow. >> some people who did not get where they were going for thanksgiving holiday. 30 flights into or out of the united states were canceled yesterday according to flightaware.com and many trips were supposed to arrive or depart from philadelphia and the new york area. >> wi
this attack raises, we turn on bill bratton, former head of both los angeles and new york police departments. now an nbc news analyst. you've had a few days to think about this. your former department used to work hand in hand with the l.a. airport police. what should or may change as a result of all this? >> i think in l.a., they will review their procedures at the baggage areas. since 9/11, they have had at least two officers stationed all the time at those baggage areas. evidently that procedure may have changed a short time ago. they will certainly take look at that. >> would they consider arming tsa agents? that's something that has to be thought about. >> that would be a decision made at the national level. the federal level, i think, it is not likely that they will look to arm tsa agents. they are civilian employees, they don't have any training, any background, law enforcement training. the quickest and best way to go would be more police presence at those baggage screening areas. >> thanks for being on tonight. >>> a remarkable story this weekend involving the mid-air collision of t
with heavy rain, strong winds, snow and possibly flooding. you're looking live at buffalo, new york this powerful storm slamming the east coast. for millions of people driving home the roads are slick and dangerous. you're looking live at pittsburgh now. that's nasty. by tomorrow, every state in the u.s. except hawaii are reach below freezing temperatures, and up to a foot of snow could fall in some areas like buffalo, syracuse, and pittsburgh. cnn's team of correspondents and meteorologists are stationed all over the place this morning, but let's start in pittsburgh, shall we? shannon travis is there, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carol. we're not seeing any significant snowfall right now, we're seeing a little few flakes starting to fall but that doesn't mean that we're in the clear, the temperatures are low here, transportation officials tell me that they're worried about all the rain that fell yesterday, actually slicking a lot of the roads as you mentioned, a lot of millions of people are going to be traveling, a lot of them going to be traveling throughout pennsylva
>> welcome to al jazeera new york i'm david shuster. one. mosmost powerful storms ever is hitting the philippines. this is a city with more than 200,000 people that was directly in the pas path of this monster storm. the typhoon had winds gusting to 235 miles-per-hour before it hit the island nation. you are looking at pic pictures. there are some 2 million people that are in the danger zone in the fill pension. philippines. we'll keep you posted through the in and out. >> the food and drug administration is trying to remove transfats from the food supply. it's the first time the fda have acknowledged that transfats are unsafe. >> president bal obama apologizo people that are losing healthcare plans that he said they could keep. >> i am sorry that they have continuefind themselves in this situation based on information from me. >> it comes on the heels of the healthcare.gov website. >>> those are the headlines. america tonight with joie chen is next. >> "america tonight" the membershihelpthat never came. our investigation looks at the american red cross and the failures that left
walsh as their mayor. marlie hall, cbs news, new york. >>> back to the two governor's races, governor chris christie's support, in 2009, just 8% of new jersey's democrats voted for christie. this time he was supported by 32% of the democrats. in virginia, ken curb nelly's ideology hurt him. 50% of virginia voters said cuccinelli was too conservative while 41% saw mcauliffe as too liberal. >>> illinois is on the verge of becoming the 15th state to allow same-sex couples to marry. state lawmakers approved same-sex marriage yesterday in a historic vote following a year of intense lobbying. governor pat quinn says he will sign the bill. it would take effect june 1st. >>> and president obama heads to dallas today to meet with volunteers who are helping people sign up for the affordable care act. the issue of canceled health care plans has become a rallying cry for critics. it's likely to be one of the top issues today when health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius answers questions from the senate finance committee. susan mcginnis has the latest from washington. susan, good mor
their orders ship in time for the big day. patricia sabga, al jazeera, new york. >> reporter: financial xrpts say clothes are a good deal on cyber monday, electronics tend to be cheaper on black friday. >>> recently the scene of those devastating tornados, and andy joins us from illinois. the shelter behind you is starting to fill up. >> reporter: it is. they are expecting about 1200 people here. many of them tornado victims. this is a huge operation and the pastor tells us, they have rounded up an estimated 1200 pounds of turkey. so it all works out. they have this big room here, and another one back there. all of the food was donated by various businesses. and the people making this feast are all volunteers, and there will be some here who will have lost everything in last week's tornados. so the volunteers here say they are working off of their inspiration. >> i have a home. they don't. this was a dining hall. we decided we were going to deck it out for them to really have a nice thanksgiving day, and -- yeah, they need some good memories. >> reporter: and in fact there are several other c
oklahoma in that theater. big basin is a ccc project and this one, on the east river, new york. a project built where people from the lower east side could see performances and still do. our parks and recreation. almost all from them. that's the conservatory garden and i photographed that all the time. this is up at jeweliard park. i thought i would show you san francisco. i read they improved every park. i didn't believe this at first. this is the fly casting pools. here was a fly casting champion ship. here it is today. it's still in use. the stables out there. they are meant so the public would have the opportunity previously only available to the elite, as it so often the case, as is with golf. like lincoln park built by the wpa. think of the experiences that people have had and the history which is embodied in them. there is daves tennis stadium. here it is, this was a tournament for inner-city youth. archery at golden gate park. our play grounds. here it is in use today. this is bernal heights park. you can still see the gutters they put in there. this is buena vista parks. this is
night. i'm john siegen that you willer in new york. >> the only greatest honor and privilege of being a one-term governor of new jersey is a two-term governor of new jersey. >> wig big win for chris christie. the question now, will he complete the term, or will he run for president? >>> a nail-biter in virginia. hours after the polls close, a decision in that state's governor's race. >>> guns, succession, water and more. the issues, not the candidates, that brought voters to polls across the nation. >>> plus, meet america's new voters. we go to a place where teenagers are casting their own ballots. >>> election day 2013 still not over, but that isn't stopping the speculation about the future. polls are closing at this hour in several western states. in the east the most closely watched races have been decided. republican chris ychristie has been re-elected by a wide margin. terry mcauliffe wins the governor's race in virginia. he's speaking to supporters in virginia right now. >>> voters in new york city have chosen a democrat to succeed michael bloomberg, bill de blasio. voters have
on booktv. the former new york city mayor talk abouts about growing up in harlem and his eventual win to become the first african-american mayor of the city. this is about an hour. [applause] >> you know, frequently -- or at least not infrequently -- when i have a prepared text, i wander well off script. and i'm almost inclined to do that tonight as i look around the room and see so many friends. as a matter of fact, it is no exaggeration to say that were it not for many of you here tonight, i would never, ever have become the 106th mayor of this great city even, even with the mighty bill lynch, who ran my campaign. [applause] at the urging of my family, my bride is here somewhere -- there she is. [applause] 60 years this past august 30th. [applause] in tolerating me. but at her urging and the little fella, which we call our son who's 59 -- [laughter] call him daddy's little fella, and his sister that he calls the golden child, but they each urged me to think about putting my thoughts down in writing for posterity. and i finally got around to doing it. be can frankly, it is largely --
developments from the new york city newsroom. >> the grand jury found evidence to charge the bike ares and a cop for the september 29th attack. according to the 14 count indictment 10 of the 11 bikers were charged with gang assault and felony and all of them face charges of assault and riot. and others face criminal mischief and possession of a weapon. the undercover police detective was charged with beginning assault and ri olt. he was off doubt at the time. but he is caught participating in the attack. you will remember the incident recorded off the bicyclers helmet showed the drufr driving with his wife and daughter when he was surrounding. he bumped the bicycler. he ran over one of the bicyclers and critically injuring him. and they attacked the suv and dragged him out of the vehicle and boat him. the motive will play a big part in the case. >> what type of emotions were running for some of the bikers, in a sense to protect this fellow motorcyclist and did it get blown out of hand and should the victim have stopped at some point in time? was his fear reasonable. >> all of the men f
from new york's laguardia airport, jennifer? >> reporter: tony, here in new york at laguardia new yor a, it's good news. really, a very good news story. check-ins are going smoothly. an everywhere you go mr. is personnel if you need any help. helping travelers who may not be familiar with traveling, or traveling with family here at the airport. very smooth sailing so far. we talked with passengers earlier and asked them if they were worried about the weather. >> no, not really. >> no, we're fine. >> so far no problems. just grabbed my ticket here, and we'll see how the line is for the safety security. so far no problems. >> reporter: and security here also going very, very smoothly. i talked to the representative. tsa here. he said they have operated ex-at expediting security here. passengers are going through special security procedures where they don't have to take off their shoes, their coats, take liquids out of their bags. that has helped to move things a lot. the average wait has been five minutes. i've walked around the airport, certainly not a lot of waiting time, very good news
will be pounding the pavement in the annual new york city marathon. we'll have that a bit later on. >>> all right. we're headed back to l.a. coming up next, you're going to hear from people who were in that terminal when the shooting started. >> i heard a couple of popping noises, and i just turned to look. it just sounded like somebody banging on something. but there was a stampede of people coming my way. and i realized that something was very wrong. [ male announcer ] crabfest ends soon, so hurry in and try three succulent entrées. like our new snow crab and crab butter shrimp, just $14.99. only at red lobster where we sea food differently. [ male announcer ] now try 7 lunch choices at $7.99. sandwiches, salads, and more. [ male announcer ] now try 7 lunch choices at $7.99. i'to guard their manhood with trnew depend shields and guards. the discreet protection that's just for guys. now, it's your turn. get my training tips at guardyourmanhood.com [ male announcer ] staying warm and dry has never been our priority. our priority is, was and always will be serving you, the american people. so we
this morning, promising to make a mess of one of the busiest travel days of the year. this is buffalo, new york, overnight. parts of the area could see up to a foot of snow depending on where you are. this storm system combined snow, ice, drenching rain and dangerous gusting winds. at least 11 deaths are blamed on the weather since the storm began last week. and a reported tornado touched down along the north carolina coast. there are reports of damage, trees and power lines are down, and a roof of a condominium was blown off. a local hospital suffered some damage as well and is operating on a generator. eric fisher, chief meteorologist at our boston station, wbz, has the latest on the holiday storm. >> just 24 hours ago, finally the storm will be out of our hair. it's the same one that brought all that flooding rain to california last week. and now we're watching the northeast corridor. as we go through the morning, the heaviest rain new york city up through boston. along i-95, really difficult travel. not an easy drive whatsoever. to the west, still snow falling western new york, central and
a tow. he should be here within a half hour. >> that's good. >> reporter: in new york, highway help trucks have been out all day while amtrak trains and stations are packed. with freezing rain, airports as far south as knoxville were going heavy on the de-icing today. >> i like my chances of getting there. i don't know if i will be on time. >> reporter: icy rain and high winds lit up the misery map today. new york, d.c., atlanta, chicago. the most affected airports. on my flight from pittsburgh to d.c., the wind made for a very bumpy ride. back into washington is when the turbulence picked up. >> the aircraft is leaving on time. >> reporter: on the ground jetblue's command center, it was mostly smooth sailing for their flights in the nation's most congested air space. >> this geography is challenging whether it's new york, boston, into washington. this area is some of the most challenging to operate in. >> reporter: heavy snow fell in upstate new york leading to power outages in rochester. more snow in western michigan. but beautiful today out west in denver and san diego. while bac
criminal charges. in some of the latest snowden's disclosures, the "new york times" reports the nsa intercepted the talking points of view into secretary -- you would secretary-general ban ki- moon ahead of a meeting with president obama in april. we will have more on the story with the reporter scott shane after the headlines. a newly disclosed document shows the british government justified detaining the partner journalist glenn greenwald by accusing him of espionage and terrorism. in august, david maranda was on his way home to brazil when he was held from his nine hours at london's heathrow airport. he faced repeated interrogation, had many personal items seized, .ncluding some -- thumb drives an internal police order authorizing greatest attention from that they says -- the un's top scientific panel on climate change has concluded global warming will threaten the world's food supply in the coming decades. elite draft of the intergovernmental panel on climate change his next report warns climate change could reduce crop production by 2% each decade for the rest of the century, d
the lines like my daughter in the same neighborhood as the boston bomber, covered in the new york times, lee later that people said he sounded strange or radical. where is that dividing line with privacy, where people record? there is still a fuzzy area. we haven't been able to draft. getting back to the tools it seemed one of them is the nsa intercepts the patterns you talk about and the other is the sting operations. the third is the deradicalize asian. i slightly disagree with you, you can't get rid of the ideology perhaps but if you could somehow discourage people from acting on the ideology, that is a hard thing to measure. hard to measure what you succeed or don't succeed in. >> you come into the realm of the up media. at one time in your life you cover this event for the media. does the media have a role in terms of radicalization process? >> there are two aspects. covering washington and overseas, there are certain attempts, the glamorization of romantic freedom fighters, and was recruited to the state department in 1985 when secretary shultz wanted to start a public diplomacy campai
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